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Open Door Art Studio
Tacocat Cooperative hopes its collaboration with the Open Door Art Studio will be sweet for art lovers and the artists themselves.
As 1984 approached in the Village of Marble Cliff, most of the problems, deliberations and basic requirements for building a new administration building had been met.
The village of Marble Cliff will seek financial assistance that may help improve its chances of receiving an Ohio Public Works Commission grant.
Grandview Heights City Council was expected to consider legislation Tuesday, Jan. 20, to authorize a $750,000 appropriation to fund engineering costs associated with preparing a bid package for street repairs and other infrastructure improvements.
'Extravagant' fundraiser for schools
Invitations to the 2015 Grandview Heights Marble Cliff Education Foundation Gala are in the mail.
As the new president of the Grandview Heights school board, Debbie Brannan says she sees her role as team player.
The 2 Ed's Dance (Minus One), 7 to 9 p.m. Feb. 7 and March 7, at the Grandview Recreation Center, 1515 Goodale. Hosted by the 2 Ed's Calling Team, featuring Eddie Powell and Ed Laudenschlager (unable to attend), the dance will featuring Bob and Winnie Shover on rounds of square dancing. Dance is casual.
Grandview Heights police arrested two people Jan. 18 after the car they were driving was found to have been stolen out of Grove City.
Trinity Catholic School's annual Legacy fundraiser will take place from 6 p.m. to midnight Feb. 7 at the Boathouse at Confluence Park.
The history of Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church stretches from 1922 when then-bishop of the Dioceses of Columbus, James J. Hartley, designated a new parish for the Tri-Village area.
The Grandview Heights school board approved the district's tax budget during its meeting last Thursday, Jan. 8.
Knowing yourself and recognizing the symptoms are important keys to combatting a mood disorder that frequently becomes severe during winter months, according to some health-care professionals.
Kindergarten, first-grade requirements
The Grandview Heights City School District will change its entrance age requirement for kindergarten and first grade beginning next school year.
A community recycling group is looking to expand its program outward from Grandview schools.
Debbie Brannan will lead the Grandview Heights school board into the new year.
The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave. For more information, call 614-486-2951.